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Amazon has a deal going on right now where it's selling a third-party N-Trig pen for just $21.24. Naturally, the pen will work with any modern Surface PC, or any third-party N-Trig device.
Microsoft's latest patent showcases a modular capsule that can be fitted within the housing of different styli. This will aim to improve their functionality without making things too complicated.
Motorola's Moto Z4 launched today, and while the Lenovo-owned company didn't talk about it, the device actually has support for Microsoft's Surface Pen technology, which is called N-Trig.
A recently-published patent by Microsoft envisions a stylus that can be used as a Bluetooth headset, thanks to a flexible design that allows the pen to wrap around your ear and a dockable earpiece.
A new patent published by the USPTO describes new methods to improve a stylus. Published by Microsoft, it offers insights to possible new features and functions for the new Surface Pen.
Microsoft has recently been granted a couple of patents detailing improvements to both the Surface Pen and the Surface Dial. The latter could feature touch-sensitive controls and mousing sensors.
A new Microsoft patent for a solar-powered stylus was published yesterday, indicating that the company might be interested in launching such a Surface Pen at some point in the future.
A new report by Bloomberg suggests the Redmond giant is planning on releasing a cheaper line of Surface tablets aimed at competing with the $329 iPad, along with a cheaper Keyboard Cover.
Time again for the weekly roundup of news out of the Redmond campus. This week, we have some bugs that were exposed in Microsoft software, as well as new patents that could hint at future products.
Microsoft is continuing to file new patents aimed at improving the Surface Pen, this time by integrating haptic feedback into the stylus. This could improve the feel of writing with a stylus.
A new patent awarded to Microsoft considers the use of a touch-sensitive retention clip on a stylus, which would allow for the clip to act as a scroll wheel of sorts for navigating long web pages.
Once again, a video has emerged to show us what might have been, demonstrating a prototype Windows phone that is compatible with N-Trig, the technology behind Microsoft's Surface Pen.
Microsoft had some pretty big plans for the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL. Their vision was never fully realized, but a new video shows off a Lumia prototype with support for the Surface Pen.
Microsoft is launching some new accessories for its Surface devices, which will come in a new Aqua color. The new accessories include the whole set, such as the Signature Type Cover, Pen, and Mouse.
The lack of a storage compartment for the stylus bundled with the Surface line has long been lamented by users and reviewers alike. A new patent shows Microsoft is considering new solutions.
In addition to a $150 discount on its recently-launched Surface Laptop, Microsoft is also offering $150 off its new $999 Surface Pro tablet, when purchased with a Signature Type Cover.
Three months after launching its Surface Laptop, Microsoft has introduced its first deal on the device. It's now offering $150 off the Laptop, when purchased with an accessory priced at $79 or more.
Earlier this month, Microsoft opened pre-orders for the Surface Pen in three colors that it revealed in May, promising they'd be released in the US on August 21 - but every color is now out of stock.
Microsoft unveiled its new $99.99 Surface Pen in May, calling it "the fastest digital pen on the planet". Over two months later, three color options for the Pen are finally available to pre-order.
There was a wave of excitement for the new colors of Microsoft's Surface Pen but when they never materialized for purchase, consumers were a bit confused. Luckily, Microsoft has now chimed in.
After a couple of weeks of being available for pre-order, Microsoft's new Surface Arc Mouse can now be purchased. There is still no sign of the colored variants of the new Surface Pen.
Microsoft's new Surface Laptop and Surface Pro devices are now available for purchase from the Microsoft Store. Pricing for the two premium PCs starts at $999 and $799, respectively.
Announced at Microsoft's Surface event in Shanghai last month, Microsoft's new Surface Pen is available to pre-order, but only in the United States, and only in one color: platinum.
While Microsoft announced its all-new Surface Pro at an event in Shanghai, China today, the company also announced a new Surface Pen, which includes 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity.
Microsoft is still charging £749 for the entry-level Surface Pro 4, but no longer includes a Pen. But the same model - with Core m3, 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD - is available elsewhere with a Pen for £655.
In January, Microsoft introduced the option of purchasing the Surface Pro 4 Core m3 model without the Pen in the US. Now, the 'no pen' SKU is the only choice for those buying the entry-level Pro 4.
In the US, Microsoft usually charges $100 less if you buy its entry-level 'no pen' Surface Pro 4 - but in the UK, you'll pay the same price whether you choose to buy with or without the Pen.
While the Microsoft Store is offering its Surface Pro 4 Core m3 model for $799 with no Pen and no keyboard, you can get the same model elsewhere for $699, including the luxury Signature Type Cover.
Microsoft is selling a Surface Pro 4 model without its Surface Pen for the first time. The "no pen" SKU costs $100 less than the equivalent Pen-inclusive model, although the Pen itself costs $59.99.
When you buy a Surface Book or Pro 4, you'll get freebies worth a total of £175 - and unlike other Microsoft UK offers lasting for months a time, this one's only available for a few weeks.
Microsoft has patented a special kind of stylus, or pen, that could not only detect and reproduce the colors found in the real world but also detect an object's texture and surface.
The Surface Book and Pro 4 with 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage - priced at $3,199 and $2,699 respectively - are now available in the US and Canada, along with a new gold version of the Surface Pen.
A new patent filing suggests that Microsoft may be planning to create a new Surface Pen that recharges via a magnetic dock, which could be integrated into future Surface devices.
While Microsoft was happy to talk up productivity on Apple's iPad Pro at the device's launch, it still believes its Surface Pro 4 is superior, as it's "a full PC, running full apps."
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The latest update for the Surface App for Windows has introduced greater flexibility in customizing the actions associated with various button inputs, when using Microsoft's Surface Pen.
There wasn't a piece of hardware at the Device Night event that generated more buzz than the Surface Book. We got to hear device impressions from retail pros first hand and as well as hands-on time.
We get an inside look at Device Night event in Philadelphia and watch retail professionals try out all the features of the new Surface Pro 4 and its refreshed accessories.
Although highly rumored, Surface Pen support for the upcoming Lumia 950 XL didn't make an appearance at Microsoft's October event. Now, it looks like the feature could be arriving at a later date.